Popular South African producer Prince Kaybee recently took to social media to reveal that he was involved in an accident.
The news of his accident comes barely after he served Mzansi with some motivation when he shared a fleet of trucks from his logistic company, Prince Kaybee Holdings.
Taking it to Twitter, the muso revealed that he cheated death after being involved in a motorcycle accident recently. In the backdrop of his post, he did not reveal when and where the accident had occurred but shared photos of his injuries.
Prince Kaybee tweeted: “Counting how many times I’ve crashed with a motorcycle both on track and public roads, this is my 4th time.”
Counting how many times I’ve crashed with a motorcycle both on track and public roads this is my 4th time. pic.twitter.com/E1Y8YnouNA
— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) August 22, 2023
No doubt he loves bikes and is not shy to show for it. Over the years, he has often made headlines for the wrong reasons regarding motorbikes.
He has crushed not once, not twice, not thrice, but four times. Fans have often cautioned him about his speeding and not wearing protective gear, but it seems he could care less.
In the backdrop of accidents, his followers have often likened him to a cat, believed to have nine lives.
A few days ago, he wowed his followers when he shared pictures of his impressive fleet of trucks after concluding a deal.
No doubt, the now-viral photos serve as an inspiration to many. Over the years, he has fast established himself as a businessman with several companies under his watch.
He owns a trucking and logistics business under his parental company, Prince Kaybee Holdings.
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